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I am not sure whether you mean that these words are uttered by Pilate or a narrator. Let us build the sentences in both cases. Whichever you intended, I hope the differences are illuminating. I will not touch your vocabulary apart from one word: efferre is "to carry out" in a concrete way, not in the idiomatic English sense of completing a task. I ...


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I found this statement in an Oxford Latin Syntax Volume I, 11.137 "the anaphoric pronoun is": For the anaphoric pronoun a distinction must be made between the oblique forms and the nominative subject... Without ripping too much from the book, it effectively states that no subject is preferred if the subject is well-introduced, while if the well-...


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